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April releases for 6-9 year-olds

Not sure what book to get your growing reader? Take a look at these special new releases for April


APRIL RELEASES FOR 6-9 YEAR-OLDS

Do You Love Pets?

Matt Robertson

Some pets are cute and cuddly, some are slimy and others might be a bit bitey – but they’re all SIMPLY spectacular! Learn all about the world’s oldest cat, what makes dogs pant and why chinchillas love dust baths in this comprehensive guide to your furry, slimy, squeaky and squawky best friends.

Stink: Fairy vs Wizard

Jenny McLachlan

The second book in the laugh-out-loud cartoon-filled adventure series for 7+ readers, featuring the world’s funniest fairy, from the bestselling author of The Land of Roar. Perfect for fans of Loki, Tom Gates and Wimpy Kid

Clarice Bean: Smile

Lauren Child

The utterly wonderful Clarice Bean is thinking about the endangered things: the big creatures, the little creatures, the plants and the trees. But it’s not just the planet that needs help – there’s her whole family too . . .

Unicorn Boy

Dave Roman

UNICORN BOY is the first in a colourful, hilarious and heartwarming graphic novel series about a shy kid who unwillingly sprouts a unicorn horn and uses his newfound magical powers to help those in need!

Pippa’s Pony Tales: Moonshadow the Derby Winner

Pippa Funnell

Tilly dreams of having a pony of her own. One that only she can ride to stardom. Will her wishes come true when she joins Silver Shoe Farm Stables? Printed in a dyslexia friendly font and packed with up to date tips from three times Olympic Medallist, Pippa Funnell, as well as a helpful glossary and black and white illustrations on every spread.

Miss Cat: The Case of the Curious Canary

Jean-Luc Fromental

With a Scandi noir atmosphere, Miss Cat: The Case of the Curious Canary is a gripping graphic novel that will make young readers eager for the next installment.

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (Special Slipcase Edition)

Lewis Carroll

In Tove Jansson, the story of Alice finds an illustrator worthy of its enchantment and surreal beauty. Over forty years after she presented Lewis Carroll’s masterpiece to a Scandinavian audience, Tove Jansson’s beautifully illustrated edition of the original text of this classic work is finally made available to an English-speaking audience.

What A Rock Can Reveal

Maya-Wei Haas

A stunningly illustrated, informative introduction to the wonders of rocks and minerals and what they can tell us about our planet – perfect for readers aged 6-9.

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